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There isn’t much to be gained from re-prosecuting the crimes of Nazis or their accomplices. But that doesn’t mean it’s OK to whitewash history.
There’s a legitimate foreign policy debate to be had between the neoconservatives and libertarian wings of the GOP. This isn’t it.
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